Recent Posts by Heather McLean, Editor

More kit for internet-hungry content makers says Gearhouse Broadcast France

A rapidly growing business and demand from customers for the latest broadcast technology has led to Gearhouse Broadcast France, a supplier of technical facilities, crew and services, announcing a multi-million Euro investment this week. The business has added to its stock of new wireless camera systems, camera channels, 4K lenses and servers, tripods and mounts. […]  More

Focus Forward: Tightening interdependencies between technology and business

Imagine Communications has released the findings of its third annual media and entertainment industry survey, Focus Forward: 2017 Media & Entertainment Industry Report, which explores the tightening and dynamic relationship between technology innovation and the ability of media companies to generate additional revenue and improve competitive positioning through new business models. Key findings include a […]  More

Sunset+Vine ready for challenges as host broadcaster for London 2017 World Athletics Championships

The London 2017 World Athletics Championships gets underway 4 August at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park with a spectacular opening ceremony, watched by a crowd of over 50,000 in attendance at the Stadium. Behind the scenes, host broadcaster Sunset+Vine is getting ready to provide constant coverage of the event that runs to 13 August. As […]  More

NEP UK adopts Riedel’s MediorNet MicroNs for high profile live productions

NEP UK has brought onboard Riedel’s MediorNet real time signal transport, processing and routing technology for use in a range of high profile live productions. With 26 MediorNet MicroN high density media distribution network devices in inventory, NEP UK is able to use the modular devices in unlimited configurations to support productions ranging from fixed-rig, multiseason […]  More

Arqiva works to get sports broadcasters ahead in OTT

Mobile content viewing is up, while watching programming from a fixed TV set is down. Those are the facts according to Ericsson Consumer Lab’s Report 2016. Since 2012, the average consumer globally has increased their viewing on mobile devices by four hours a week, while their fixed screen viewing has declined by 2.5 hours a […]  More